tv [untitled] September 12, 2010 5:00pm-5:30pm PST
when he became president, he stood on the steps of the capital and asked for swift, bold action now. to create jobs for the future, and education, we will use the soil and wind and sun to run our cars and fuel our factories. you know the list, it goes on and on. health care for all americans is a right, not a privilege. one week and one day after that speech, the house of representatives passed the recovery act. [applause] because we were ready and had worked with the president in advance with his vision and leadership. the senate took up the bill, and as the senator said, weeks later, was signed into law, and
here we are today because of it. so thank the president, and as we break ground, for the families in san francisco, and the bay area, because of the work done here, our hopes are rising. thank you all very much. [applause] >> thank you, madam speaker. this concludes the speaking portion of the program. i would like to invite the speakers to join me for the historic groundbreaking. if you could please exit the stage, and then we will be providing you some ceremonial shovels. if the speakers could exit right
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>> someone once told me this was from scandanavia. this is a different version. about 2 sisters that fall in love with the same guy. it didn't work out too well. one of the sisters throws another one into the raging water. he fashions her body into a fiddle, into a violin. this is the actual violin. i love her so much.